Tuesday, 20 November 2018

AT&T sheds video, high-value mobile customers

By Mary Lennighan, Total Telecom
Wednesday 25 October 17

U.S. telco looks ahead to close of Time Warner deal, more compelling bundled offerings

AT&T saw its video customer base decline in the third quarter of the year as the popularity of its streaming service failed to offset the growing trend of U.S. consumers abandoning traditional satellite and U-verse subscriptions. The U.S. telco is focusing squarely on becoming a major content player, with its US$85…

AT&T saw its video customer base decline in the third quarter of the year as the popularity of its streaming service failed to offset the growing trend of U.S. consumers abandoning traditional satellite and U-verse subscriptions. The U.S. telco is focusing squarely on becoming a major content player, with its US$85…

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